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CGHR Welcome Drinks!

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We are delighted to extend a warm invitation to you for a special evening of drinks hosted by CGHR Co-Directors Dr Sharath Srinivasan and Dr Ella McPherson. At CGHR , we believe in the power of unity, collaboration, and meaningful conversations. It is with this spirit that we invite friends of CGHR and all those interested in the Centre to join us for an evening of camaraderie.

About CGHR :

CGHR is a multidisciplinary research centre that thinks critically and innovatively to foster citizen voice and solidarity-building towards a just, inclusive and better world.

Across the world, societies and polities face rapid transformations in technology, alongside upheavals in climate, health, conflict and global order, and demands to address historic and new injustices. Our challenge is to more sharply understand these dynamics and their implications, and to improve how research supports progressive change and those who drive it.

Thinking with practitioners, at CGHR we are reimagining how justice, solidarity and citizen voice can flourish with or against technology. Academic research centres committed to praxis have a crucial role to play. At their best, they combine independence and freedom of thought, rigorous and innovative research, and patient and deep exchanges with practitioners.

From over a decade of critical and collaborative praxis research, we have learnt that the crucial spaces for new thinking and action on justice, well-being and citizen voice challenges lie at intersections and in interactions between practice and scholarship, between disciplines, and between individuals and institutions across the world.

This talk is part of the Centre of Governance and Human Rights Events series.

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